A Redoubtable Citadel (Peninsular War Saga 4)

  • Title: A Redoubtable Citadel (Peninsular War Saga 4)
  • Author: Lynn Bryant
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A Redoubtable Citadel Peninsular War Saga In the freezing January of Lord Wellington pushes his army on to the fortress town of Ciudad Rodrigo and a bloody siege with tragic consequences In the aftermath of the battle Colonel Paul van D
    In the freezing January of 1812, Lord Wellington pushes his army on to the fortress town of Ciudad Rodrigo and a bloody siege with tragic consequences In the aftermath of the battle Colonel Paul van Daan and his wife Anne take a brief trip to Lisbon to allow Paul s family to take their young son back to England With his career flourishing and his marriage happy, Paul hasIn the freezing January of 1812, Lord Wellington pushes his army on to the fortress town of Ciudad Rodrigo and a bloody siege with tragic consequences In the aftermath of the battle Colonel Paul van Daan and his wife Anne take a brief trip to Lisbon to allow Paul s family to take their young son back to England With his career flourishing and his marriage happy, Paul has never felt so secure But his world is shattered when his young wife is taken prisoner by a French colonel with a personal grudge against Paul As Wellington s army begins the siege of Badajoz, the other great Spanish border fortress, his scouts and agents conduct a frantic search for the colonel s wife Meanwhile Anne van Daan is in the worst danger of her life and needs to call on all her considerable resources to survive, with no idea if help is on the way.

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      Published :2019-02-14T18:10:59+00:00

    About Lynn Bryant


    1. Lynn Bryant was born and raised in London s East End She studied History at University and had dreams of being a writer from a young age Since this was clearly not something a working class girl made good could aspire to, she had a variety of careers including a librarian, NHS administrator, relationship counsellor and manager of an art gallery before realising that most of these were just as unlikely as being a writer and took the step of publishing her first book.She now lives in the Isle of Man and is married to a man who understands technology, which saves her a job, and has two teenage children and two labradors History is still a passion, with a particular enthusiasm for the Napoleonic era and the sixteenth century When not writing she runs an Irish dance school, reads anything that s put in front of her and makes periodic and unsuccessful attempts to keep a tidy house.


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    1. Oh lord, this book nearly killed me!I loved it and I hated it and it made me cry real tears. How could she do this to me? I can’t tell you what happens because it will spoil it. This book has everything, war, drama, romance, and sheer horror in places. I’d just got used to rolling along nicely and she upset it all. But it’s so beautifully written and so romantic.Write more. Please, just write more.

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